If Pauli Murray were alive today, she would be celebrating her 105th birthday.
Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015, the Adelaide L. Sanford Institute, the Board for the Education of People of African Ancestry and Elders House hosted a 90th birthday celebration for Dr. Adelaide L. Sanford.
AmNews online editor Cyril Josh Barker discusses why he decided to go to an HBCU.
Former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Fred McNeill was among the most punishing tacklers.
“Education is a great equalizer!” exclaimed Public Advocate Letitia James.
Study reveals that graduates of HBCU are more likely than Black graduates of other institutions to thrive in a number of areas of their lives.
Remembering the life and voice of Minnie Riperton.
The New York Urban League hosted its 29th Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fair Saturday at Riverbank State Park.
Utilizing his superstar status and money is just one way NBA standout LeBron James has chosen to positively influence the next generation.
Basketball buffs up to the minute on their NBA trivia know what Ralph Simpson, Steve Smith, Kevin Willis and Spencer Haywood have in common.
The results of a new Education Post poll illustrate varying perspectives on secondary education in America across racial and socio-economic lines.
The recent decision by John Boehner, the speaker of the United States House of Representatives, to step down will have more consequences than one might think.
For many years in various books on the Harlem Renaissance, Gwendolyn Bennett’s name has popped up.
A group of local high school student got to go to the White House
A new report by the Research Alliance for New York City Schools at New York University shows just how the high school selection process works for the city’s most vulnerable.